Social problems of unemployment and lack of technical knowledge create disruptive social change is an ongoing reality. It is essential to provide information about this reality as accurately, honestly and openly as possible given the state of scientific knowledge. This information should be available, not only to policymakers but also to individuals and groups around the world whose lives may be affected by social change and societal responses to it.
Environmental Protection & Economic Well-being as Mutually Reinforcing Social protection and economic progress are mutually reinforcing; much of our success in achieving both will depend on encouraging innovation and foresighted planning. To be effective, social protection strategies should be integrated with other strategies for environmental, energy and infrastructure planning. Implementing these strategies will require active participation of the BOG and the Head of departments.